Three Fields Entertainment, the new studio launched by Criterion founders Alex Ward and Fiona Sperry, has added another Criterion veteran to its ranks.
Today we announce the appointment of Paul Ross as Chief Technical Officer @3FieldsEnt after 18 years with us previously at Criterion Games.— Official TFE (@3FieldsEnt) May 9, 2014
Ross finished his EA contract and began work with Three Fields last month, and told followers the company was "building something new and modern for the modern age. We won't forget our history though."
The company, announced in March, has previously said that it's not looking for short term profits, but "giving our people and our games the time and space they need to breathe and grow."
Ross spent 18 years with Criterion and was involved with both Ghost Games and the Need For Speed franchise.
The company also tweeted that it is currently at work on two titles, both scheduled for release in 2015.